I am going to address, from a Christian perspective, liberalism's relationship to the role and responsibility of the lawyer. Whether a United States lawyer could define Enlightenment liberalism or not, it is likely that the role he or she plays as an attorney every day was in large part shaped by liberalism's focus on individual autonomy. At the request of the conference organizers, I am also going to reflect on the future of lawyerclient relations.
Robert F. Cochran Jr., Enlightenment Liberalism, Lawyers, and the Future of Lawyer-Client Relations, 33 Campbell L. Rev. 685 (2011).